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  • adjective Alternative spelling of boundaryless.


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boundary +‎ -less


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  • They vacillate between a laxity that is boundariless and a sporadic struggle for power.

    How Much Information Do Kids Really Need? 2009

  • You see, my boundariless and barely functional immigrant family never got the knack of American enterprise.

    Fear Itself 2008

  • Smith's excess and boundariless nature-passsion in her verbs -- I love to trace ... and stroll among -- already register the thinning of ego-texture by the texture of nature.

    Passion and Romantic Poetics 1998

  • Another issue that assumes significance in this regard is the fact that Internet is boundariless and no country can exercise "sovereignty" over it.

    Blogbharti 2008

  • Someone trying to steer social policy the way I learned to drive a car would face the consequences of boundariless parenting and try to correct by erecting a forest of boundaries, much like the mechanical, test-driven approach to education now serving so poorly in California’s public schools.

    Balancing Acts 2006


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